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Quiet Logistics opens Los Angeles area fulfillment center
La Palma, Calif., site becomes fifth facility in planned expansion to 10 to 12 sites as new parent companies fund growth.
Marken expands clinical trials logistics network in central and eastern Europe
UPS unit acquires medical logistics firms in Italy, Austria, and Hungary.
Small retailers try to put their personal stamp on Amazon's "Prime Day"
Now in its fifth year, impact of summer shopping peak sends ripples felt by competitors and carriers outside e-commerce giant's own network.
Coyote upgrades digital freight platform to meet shipper demands
"Carrier of Choice" program rewards service of top performers, 3PL says.
Riders on the storm
The volatility in the transportation market may leave shippers feeling more than a little seasick. A recent industry report offers suggestions for how to make it through these tumultuous times.
Logistics executive Richard Murphy dies at 67
Fourth-generation CEO of Murphy Logistics Solutions leaves legacy of business, conservation, and rock n' roll.
Recruiting site ranks C.R. England, C.H. Robinson execs in top 100 CEOs
Glassdoor survey measures employee reviews of their bosses' leadership.
Booming economy drives U.S. business logistics costs up 11.4 percent
While shippers struggled to keep pace with tight capacity and rising rates in 2018, many of those pressures are starting to ease, says 30th annual State of Logistics Report.
FedEx to offer package service at 8,000 Dollar General retail sites
Deal with discount retailer is latest e-commerce adjustment after declining to renew Amazon contract for air cargo service.
DHL Supply Chain to expand U.S. pharmaceutical, medical device distribution network
Contract logistics firm will invest $150 million to open nine new facilities, enhance technology, and expand existing operations in the U.S., company says.

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